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Schifffahrt | Shipping The Arc7 ice-class ship »Shturman Albanov« is said to be the first tanker in the world designed for year-round transportation of hydrocarbons from the Gulf of Ob Photo: Sovcomflot Privatisation? Frank stated that as of the end of 2Q 2017, over 200 mill. t of crude oil and more than 16 mill. t of liquefied natural gas have been transported by SCF vessels for energy projects operating in the Arctic seas (Varandey, Prirazlomnoye, Novy Port) and in the Russian Far East (Sakhalin-1, Sakhalin-2) since the company began focusing on long-term project-based energy transportation and offshore servicing in 2006. During the first half of 2017 alone, Sovcomflot vessels transported 17 mill. t of crude oil from the Russian Arctic and the Russian Far East to consumers. During the meeting, Medvedev gave assurances that the government will fulfil all its obligations to support the pace of development of NSR infrastructure, including icebreakers and navigational aids. The undertaking brings efforts by Russia’s shipbuilding segment to meet its icebreaker commitments on time to the top of the agenda at NEVA 2017, the biennial gathering of the international maritime community in Russia’s capital of the North. With reports emerging that the delivery of »Arktika« will be delayed, new momentum will be brought to a seminar on auxiliary vessels and a special session to advance internationally-sourced localisation of shipbuilding and ship equipment manufacturing in the Russian Federation. Notwithstanding the strategy to support the national industry, the government has also other plans. Speculations about a privatization of Sovcomflot still have not come to an end. A couple of weeks ago, RIA news agency cited Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov as saying, that Russia is in talks with Asian investors on the privatisation. The government dies not rule out other forms of the company’s privatisation apart from an initial public offering, he said. »Shturman Albanov« Recognition as the European Marine Engineering Awards’ ›2016 Ship of the Year‹ for the Sovcomflot Arctic shuttle 2017 Check data of your SHIPYARD online www.ship2yard. com/ ws 30 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 154. Jahrgang – 2017 – Nr. 9

Schifffahrt | Shipping tanker »Shturman Albanov« symbolizes the transformation underway in Russia’s maritime industry, but events in early May 2017 demonstrate the substance behind the symbolism. Classed by the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping, the Arc7 ice-class ship is said to be the first tanker in the world designed for year-round transportation of hydrocarbons from the Gulf of Ob. The tanker is also the first ship in RS class to have certification compliant with the Polar Code. Its technical characteristics enable effective operation at temperatures up to –45° C. Two Azipod azimuth thrusters with total capacity of 22 MW and Double Acting Tanker (DAT) functionality allow the ship to sail through heavy ice up to 1.8 m thick when moving astern. The tanker is the lead ship in six designed to carry crude from the Yamal Peninsula to the port of Murmansk. NEVA 2017 The 14 th International Maritime Exhibition and Conferences of Russia takes place in St. Petersburg, during 19–22 September at the Expoforum Convention and Exhibition Centre Focus on fishery industry Another important segment for Russia’s maritime community is the fishing industry. The urgent need to modernise Russia’s fishing fleet has also encouraged a strong presence of Norwegians, with Innovation Norway, the Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce and the Norwegian Russian Consulate occupying a new Norwegian National Pavilion. Ten of the 18 participating companies are active in either vessel building or fishery fleet equipment. Murmansk-based company Nord Pilgrim is one of the fishery players. Two new trawlers are currently being built at the PJSC shipyard in Vyborg. The technology group Wärtsilä has been contracted to provide the engines and the complete propulsion package, including the propulsion control system. The 80 m long trawlers will be reinforced to Ice 3 class, thereby enabling them to extend their fishing operations in the Barents Sea and North Atlantic. Wärtsilä’s full scope of supply is for each ship one 8-cylinder Wärtsilä 32 main engine, one Wärtsilä gearbox, one Wärtsilä controllable pitch propeller system, one transverse thrusters system, and a Wärtsilä ProTouch propulsion control system. Auxiliary generating power will be supplied by one 6-cylinder and one 4-cylinder Wärtsilä 20 Auxpac engine. The equipment is scheduled for delivery to the yard in March 2018 and January 2019. M Manoeuvring Systems Energy-Saving Devices COMPACT BATTERY COBRA is an advanced maritime battery system employing tried and tested 18650 lithium-ion cell technology. The lightweight battery system is designed for marine requirements, suited for seagoing and inland ships such as ferries, tugs, cruise ships, yachts, OSV and harbour/ service vessels. Any scale of power storage is possible due to modular battery units in standardised cabinets of up to 1,000 V DC including integrated cooling equipment. COBRA can be used for fully electric battery or hybrid drives, as emergency power source or as onboard energy supply, e.g. for peak shaving. LNG Hybrid Concepts environmentally friendly becker products 18650 Lithium-Ion Cell Conducting Material Aluminum Core Circuit Board HANSA International Maritime Journal – 154. Jahrgang – 2017 – Nr. 9 31

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